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Elhoffer Design is back at it again with a Captain Kirk-themed dress with some super fun zipper action.
Take a closer look at the design below.
This lovely Star Trek friendship necklace will take care of all of that emotional stuff and eloquently express your feelings like only Spock can.
QMx’s tribute to Spock’s dying words (“I have been, and always shall be, your friend.”) is cast in metal and hand burnished. The “broken” pieces are magnetized so that they’ll come together. Take a closer look in the pictures below.
Oh my gosh, I’m in love!
Meet cosplayer Timothey Adam. Timothy went Emerald City Comicon as a Star Trek Redshirt and asked to be “killed” in multiple ways. The results are just fantastic. Especially when you consider how many Star Wars cosplayers got in on the fun.
The deadliest away mission! My goal was to get as many cosplayers as possibly to kill me, thus usually only getting a single picture of each person. I was using my camera on a tripod with a 10 second delay – that’s why there’s weird cropping at times. Surprisingly, only one or two pictures were too blurry to be usable. I really appreciated how some people really got in character with their choice of “kill-or-maim-me”
Check out more pics below.
Yesterday we featured the Star Trek uniform sweater (with mesh collar) and tank top combo in blue, but the line has quickly expanded to include gold and red versions. There’s even a new Starfleet Varsity Hoodie for good measure.
Take a closer look below.
Here’s a good combination. The Star Trek blue women’s costume yoga tank top is good for exercising. Then you can wear the Star Trek blue costume women’s sweater afterwards when it’s time to relax. It even has mesh-see through collar (the blue section) to help keep you cool.
Or, y’know, you can just wear them to look cool as you sit around not working out.
Now I’m picturing Troi and Crusher wearing these during their work out heart-to-hearts.
Check out more pics below.
MAC Cosmetics has announced another geeky collaboration for SDCC and this one is all about boldly going. StarTrek.com broke the news that MAC will be releasing a 25-piece collection for Star Trek‘s 50th anniversary that includes lip, eye, and face products inspired by Uhura, Deanna Troi, Seven of Nine, and Vina, the Orion girl.
The Trek collection will be available online on August 25 and in stores on September 1, but Comic-Con attendees can take advantage of an exclusive one-day collection presale on Thursday, July 21 at MAC Gaslamp.
I have a feeling that line is gonna be loooooooong.
Check out the teaser tweets below.
Star Trek: THS would be a very different show. Mostly, it would be about hopping from planet to planet looking for beaches and exotic alien cocktails. The rest of the time the crew would be asleep in a hammock drifting aimlessly through space.
Star Trek Hawaiian Shirt ($49.99)
Patterned after the Borg’s look circa Star Trek: The Next Generation and featuring the seldom-seen Borg symbol on the back, this snazzy backpack will set you back $89.99 of your American dollars.
Still with me? Because that’s expensive for a backpack.
Okay, so I’m sure you’re expecting me to throw in some clever TNG references here. Maybe I’ll suggest you “Make it so,” or that this backpack is your “Number One” purchase next month. But no! We don’t resort to such cheap wordplay here. That type of low-hanging fruit is beneath us. No, instead, we’ll simply give you the Data and leave you to La Forge your own ideas about whether you want to Picard this bag or not. Sorry to be the Crusher of expectations – we know some of you Worf these puns down – but that kind of cheap wordplay is simply a bridge too Yar. If you want that kind of coverage, you might want to Troi another geek fashion blog.
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Another great discovery from a Fashionably Geek reader! Check out these awesomely geeky purses by BenaeQuee Creations.
She has something for Who fans, Trek fans, and Star Wars fans, and lots more. The LV style Star Wars bag needs to be in my wardrobe just so I can carry it around in Beverly Hills and confuse all the rich ladies.
Definitely worth checking out! See more examples below.
If you’re planning on doing some Star Trek cosplay—you’re going to need a phaser. Official versions can be had for less than $30, but if you enjoy DIY projects and want to go even cheaper, the latest DIY Prop Shop episode has you covered. In it, Dylan Thomas highlights how to build a phaser from the original Star Trek series for only $12.
Remember, there are giant lizard men in space, so always be prepared! Watch the video below.